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An '''air pressure''' is the force per unit of area exerted by the atmosphere. It can have two components: static pressure, which is caused by the weight of a column of the atmosphere, and there's also the dynamic pressure, caused by air flow.
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An '''air pressure''' is the force per unit of [[area]] exerted by the atmosphere. It can have two components: static pressure, which is caused by the weight of a [[column]] of the atmosphere, and there's also the dynamic pressure, caused by [[air flow]]. Also used for [[air-supported structure]].

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An air pressure is the force per unit of area exerted by the atmosphere. It can have two components: static pressure, which is caused by the weight of a column of the atmosphere, and there's also the dynamic pressure, caused by air flow. Also used for air-supported structure.

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